Buy tickets for Ford v Ferrari!

Monos

Find Movie Theaters & Showtimes

for
near
Set your location to find movies & theaters nearby
in
Hmm... we couldn't find any showtimes for this date and location.

Videos & Photos

  • Official Trailer

Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

MONOS, is a breathtaking survivalist saga set on a remote mountain in Latin America. The film tracks a young group of soldiers and rebels -- bearing names like Rambo, Smurf, Bigfoot, Wolf and Boom-Boom -- who keep watch over an American hostage, Doctora. The teenage commandos perform military training exercises by day and indulge in youthful hedonism by night, an unconventional family bound together under a shadowy force know only as The Organization. After an ambush drives the squadron into the jungle, both the mission and the intricate bonds between the group begin to disintegrate. Order descends into chaos and within MONOS the strong begin to prey on the weak in this vivid, cautionary fever-dream.

Cast

  • Sofia Buenaventura
  • Moises Arias
  • Julianne Nicholson
  • Laura Castrillón
  • Deiby Rueda
  • Paul Cubides
  • Sneider Castro
  • Karen Quintero
  • Julian Giraldo
  • Wilson Salazar

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • In an September 2016 interview with Landes in the Times this was reported to be a loose adaptation of William Golding's 'Lord Of The Flies'.
See more »
Movie details provided by

Atom User Reviews

4
1
0
0
0
POPULAR TAGS
#awardbuzz
#original
#great
#indiehit
#intense
Buy tickets for Ford v Ferrari!

Metacritic

60
Sep 12, 2019

This is a movie I’ve grown to admire more than I enjoy. Landes’ and Wolf’s imagery is stunning to watch at even if his script with Dos Santos leaves off much of the text.

Metacritic review by Monica Castillo
Monica Castillo
TheWrap
90
Feb 1, 2019

This is a gripping, sometimes hypnotising film in which notions of good and evil are less clear-cut than the urgent desire to stay alive.

Metacritic review by Tim Grierson
Tim Grierson
Screen International
40
Feb 1, 2019

Even in this fictional context, the line between portraying and exploiting abused innocence gets uncomfortably, offensively blurred.

Metacritic review by Keith Uhlich
Keith Uhlich
The Hollywood Reporter